During the colder months there’s nothing better than relaxing in a nice cosy house, toasty and warm as the weather closes in outside. But how do you make sure your home is ready for the winter and what do you do if you find a problem that needs fixing?
As the weather closes in, the conditions drivers can expect to face on the road change too.
To help you prepare for Britain’s winter roads, we’ve listed the top things you need to get and keep your vehicle winter-ready.
As the festive season approaches, many people will start to think about Christmas and how they’re going to fund their festivities.
According to government figures, in 2014 families expected to spend £821 on average on their Christmas celebrations. Depending on how many people you buy gifts for (and what you buy), how many people you have over for Christmas dinner and other associated costs, this figure could potentially be much higher.
When you’ve just learned to drive, there are a number of things you need to have before you can get out on the road. Aside from a car, MOT and tax, insurance is essential. But it can also be very expensive.